ASME MBE-1 pdf download Model-Based Enterprise: Framework
ThisStandardprovidesanarchitectureframeworkfortherepresentationofanMBE. ThisStandarduses ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011 architecture concepts to present an architectural view of an MBE and its constituent systems. The MBE Framework in this Standard defines the structure ofan MBE and its elements. This Standard also provides guidance on using the MBE Framework.
3 ORGANIZATION OF ASME MBE-1
This Standard is organized as follows:
(a) Section 1 states the purpose.
(b) Section 2 states the scope.
(c) Section 3 describes the organization.
(d) Section 4 provides the mandatory (normative) reference.
(e) Section 5 describes the intended audience.
(f) Section 6 defines terms.
(g) Section 7 defines the MBE Framework.
(h) Nonmandatory Appendix A provides an informative recommended practice for using the MBE Framework.
4 MANDATORY REFERENCE
ISO/IEC/IEEE 42010:2011, Systems and software engineering — Architecture description
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This Standard is intended for use by MBE standard developers, MBE solution providers, and practicing MBE systemarchitects. Users of this Standard should be familiar with general enterprise architecture concepts, architecture frameworks, and reference architectures. This Standard is also recommended for product and plant managers. informationtechnology managers, business managers, and others who want to understand structural elements for representing anMBE, constituent systems of an MBE, and all the elemental relationships within the boundaries of an MBE.
This Standard defines may, shall, and should as follows:may: the verb used to indicate a course of action permissible within the limits of this Standard.shal: the verb used to indicate mandatory requirements, which the user shall follow strictlyto comply with this Standardshould: the verb used to indicate that a possibility among a set of possibilities is recommended as particularly suitable(without mentioning or excluding other possibilities) or that a certain course of action is preferred but not necessarilyrequired.
See Merriam-Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary at https://www.merriam-webster.com/ for definitions of words usedin this Standard but not explicitly defined in this Standard.
7 MBE FRAMEWORKThe MBE and its elements shall represent an interacting system of systems.The MBE Framework shall be the basis fordefining architecture descriptions that express the architecture exhibited by each system within an MBE.The boundariesofa system shall depend on stakeholder concerns and may include an entire MBE, a subset of MBE elements,or one ormore products, processes, services, or other aggregations of interest. A system should be represented by models asdefined within or in the context of the system environment and should trace back to an overall MBE. A svstem may beengineered,naturally occurring, or a combination thereof.